On this week's Billboard Rock Songs chart, Young the Giant's "Cough Syrup" tumbles out of the Top 10, which opens the door for a relatively new artist to make his first appearance on our countdown. But can anybody beat the Black Keys?
Moving up one spot from last week is "Shake It Out," which now sits at No. 9. Florence and the Machine's most recent record, Ceremonials, got as high as No. 6 on the Billboard album chart, and it's looking very likely it'll be the band's second straight album to go gold in the States. Pretty impressive considering they've only put out two albums.
"Tonight" is moving down the charts, but it's taking its sweet time doing it. After four weeks at No. 7, the Seether hit falls another spot to No. 8. Somewhat surprisingly, the band's Holding Onto Strings Better Left to Fray has yet to go gold, making it the only album of their last five not to do so.
Red Hot Chili Peppers won't be able to get started on their tour to support I'm With You as soon as they'd like. The band was forced to reschedule their U.S. dates after frontman Anthony Kiedis needed foot surgery. While Kiedis takes time to heal, he'll be happy to know that the group's "Monarchy of Roses" is up one place to No. 7 this week.
It's now been six weeks on top for "Lonely Boy." That's a nice feat, but it's actually not the longest a Black Keys single has been at No. 1. "Tighten Up" off the band's previous disc, Brothers, lodged 12 weeks in the penthouse. When the duo headline Coachella in April, you can be sure the crowd will be very happy to hear both tracks.